I primarily use 1Password, but I also store some low-security passwords in the built in iOS/Mac password manager. This is mainly for convenience when accessing these services since the built in mechanism is a little quicker than 1Password. Or course anything real/important is in 1P.
So while I primarily use 1Password, I don't want to disable Safari's built in password manager completely. But my problem is they don't seem to play nicely together. See this screenshot:
As you can see, on a login page both show up but of course Safari's covers 1Passwords. If I press the "Esc" key, 1Password goes away but Safari stays. I can't find any keypress to make the Safari one go away but keep 1Password visible. I know the official documentation says to disable all Safari auto-fill features...but I'd rather not. Anyone have ideas?
(My hacky solution is to type in a letter that matches a 1P entry but not a Safari login entry. That keeps 1Password visible but makes Safari's passwords disappear. But it's that's a kludge.)
1Password Version: 7.8
Extension Version: Safari latest
OS Version: macOS Big Sur v11.01
Sync Type: Dropbox